Possum control could be on the cards for the northern Hakarimata Range, with the Northern Hakarimata Walkway Committee, the Department of Conservation and Environment Waikato working together with landowners to come up with a management plan.
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Local government in New Zealand will be promoting sustainable development and examining how it can contribute, according to Environment Waikato chairman Neil Clarke.
Glen Murray landowners have given Environment Waikato a clear message that they want integrated flood protection works, but should be left to deal with soil conservation as they individually see fit.
Environment Waikato is to extend its current Regional Pest Management Strategy for a further year to allow enough time for the approval process for its revised strategy.
Environment Waikato has presented two $2000 scholarships to Waikato Maori students to assist with their university studies.
More stock being moved between farms during the change-over period from June 1 may contribute to more effluent spillages, says Waikato Federated Farmers vice-president John Fisher.
The chances of being caught speeding in the Waikato are increasing with the launch of a new open road patrol campaign.
The High Court has given a judgement that Environment Waikato has acted legally in its rating of properties in the Piako River Protection Scheme.
Environment Waikato is to review consents allowing Wallace Corporation to irrigate wastewater after an increase in nitrate was detected in monitoring bores under the irrigation farms.
Environment Waikato has praised Tatua Co-operative Dairy Company for achieving consistently high compliance with resource consent conditions at its Tatanui site.
Anchor Products eight processing sites have consistently complied with resource consents, earning praise from Environment Waikato.
Waikato businesses with plastic wrap going to waste now have a productive way to re-use it.
Public submissions to Environment Waikato’s draft Strategic Plan for the next 10 years close on Tuesday, May 15 at 4pm.
Well-known Waikato environmentalists will go head to head against a national team later this month to debate whether our environment is a trash can or a treasure.
King Country farmers keen to plant more trees on their farms can share their experiences with other farmers week at a workshop.
About 120 Bay of Plenty businesses are now saving money and waste through The Waste Exchange, a free service which puts industries in touch with people who can use their waste products.
Environment Waikato wants farmers shifting stock over the next couple of months to remember their responsibilities to dispose of stock truck effluent correctly.
Veteran councillor May Woodcock’s quarter century in local government was acknowledged by Environment Waikato this week.
Motorists are slowing down on the road thanks to the visual presence of new State Highway Patrol vehicles.
Environment Waikato will officially open its new Taupo office with an open day and ceremony this Friday, April 27.